D.H. Lawrence (Critical Heritage) by Prof R P Draper, R. P. Draper

By Prof R P Draper, R. P. Draper

Arguable English novelist, infamous for the explicitness of his writings. Writings comprise: Sons and fans, woman Chatterley's Lover, ladies in Love. quantity covers the interval 1909-1931 (grouped by way of novels/poems).

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By Prof R P Draper, R. P. Draper

Arguable English novelist, infamous for the explicitness of his writings. Writings comprise: Sons and fans, woman Chatterley's Lover, ladies in Love. quantity covers the interval 1909-1931 (grouped by way of novels/poems).

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The clever analysis of the wayward Lettie, surely a woman’s woman, and the particular way in which physical charm is praised almost convince us that it is the work of a woman; while, if so, we must wonder greatly at the sympathetic understanding of the male point of view as interpreted in the reflections of the supposed narrator of the book—a poetic naturalist—especially in the delicate and restrained treatment of his falling in and out of love with Emily, 36 REVIEW IN Morning Post the school teacher.

Letty, the daughter, is a full-fledged flirt, fascinating and conscienceless, with just enough passion in her to make her flirtation dangerous. She turns George’s head, and makes violent love to him. Even after she has married a rich husband, and he has declined on his humble cousin Meg, she does not leave him alone, but dangles her charms before his eyes, and disturbs an honest life with a vision of what was never meant for him. The narrator of the story, the flirt’s brother Cyril, has a strong liking 34 ALLAN MONKHOUSE IN Manchester Guardian for George, but unfortunately he takes an interest in the farmer’s mental and artistic welfare.

39), tended to emphasize Lawrence as poet—which, paradoxically, led Untermeyer at least to a higher estimate of The Rainbow than most novel critics were prepared to make. In his view it was ‘possibly the most poetic and poignant novel of this decade’. Goldring, on the other hand, in spite of his friendly enthusiasm for Lawrence, thought it one of the least artistically successful of Lawrence’s books; his chief interest was in Look! We Have Come Through! Such surveys were a tribute to Lawrence’s growing reputation.

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